This is a blog shared by two friends who have never met in person, Annie Pang and Terry Thormin. We both live on Vancouver Island, Annie in Victoria and Terry in Comox. All communication to date has been either by email or telephone. We are both passionate about nature and conservation and we are both nature photographers. Annie is also a very fine poet and was a concert violinist, while Terry worked as an entomologist for the Royal Alberta Museum until he retired in 2005. We hope you enjoy this joint effort to share our nature musings with anyone who is interested.

  1. A delightful and informative post….thankyou

  2. delighted to learn more about you and your co-blogger! enjoyed your blog totally & i’m glad that i stumbled upon you guys!

  3. as a fellow Vancouver Islander (Duncan) I look forward to your new posts.

  4. Do you mind if I use one of your dragonfly photos in an oral presentation for my undergraduate thesis? You have some wonderful shots.

  5. Love this!I love the outdoors,animals,birds,dragon flies,etc.!!
    I found a dragon fly on my raspberry leaves today,orange!I have never seen this type here in Victoria,B.C.!Do you want a pic. of it?Maybe we can identify it!?!!

  6. Hi, I’m a student textile artist, and I was wondering if I could use one of the photos on this blog as a reference for a project I’m doing. Specifically, it’s the picture of the pond/water skater in the Hunters in the Pond 2 post. Thank you!

  7. Hi Terry, just came upon your Sand Wasp blog and sidetracked to other ones …
    Wondering if you are still blogging?
    I love what you and Amy have published – thanks Jana

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